The IGCC Steering Committee is composed of faculty representatives from all ten UC campuses, and the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories. The chair is a non-voting member from one of the campuses. The group advises the IGCC director and research directors, serves as campus liaison, and awards IGCC fellowships and grants to students and faculty. Steering Committee members typically serve for two years.
IGCC is committed to supporting new generations of international peacemakers and problem-solvers. Our competitive dissertation fellowship program has provided fellowships to nearly 500 UC graduate students pursuing degrees across 35 disciplines and inter-disciplinary programs. Postdoctoral fellowships offer researchers the opportunity to work on emerging topics and regularly participate in policy seminars and research colloquia.